Happy International Women's Day: Empowering Women with Consumerism
We're celebrating International Women's Day with 10% off! Use the code WOMENSDAY19 to activate the discount at check out! Valid through Sunday.
Most of our purchases directly impact women, specifically in developing countries! By practicing conscious consumerism you can have a positive impact on women. Next time you go to purchase something ask yourself....does this item empower women? Was the lady in the garment factory paid a livable wage to make this item? Was she treated with respect? Shop brands who support women!
When you purchase from Give a Damn Goods you're impacting women on so many different levels. 1) Give a Damn Goods itself is a woman owned online boutique. So you're empowering me as a woman business owner. 2) The brands we work with are also primarily women owned. Empowering more women business owners and 3) Certain brands we carry focus specifically on empowering marginalized women through healing and employment opportunities. Meet some of the brands we carry that specifically work to empower women!
BRANDED Collective: Jewelry Empowering Survivors
BRANDED Collective provides job training and employment to survivors of human trafficking in Nashville. BRANDED Collective stands against the brutal practice of branding trafficked victims. Each BRANDED item is stamped with an initial and a number. The initial belongs to the survivor who made your jewelry. Customers are able to read about the survivor on BRANDED's website. The number is your unique number in the Collective. You can register this number and send a Message of Hope to the survivors.
Swahili Coast: Empowering Women Artisans in East Africa
Swahili Coast works with worker owned co-ops that use fair trade practices and have positive working environments, while focusing on bringing the incredible artistry and talents of East African Artisans to global markets. With Swahili Coast's "power over pity" motto they're empowering women through employment and community. Swahili Coast works mainly with women artisans who are the sole breadwinners for their families which is why the worker owned co-op is so important.